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, i'm denise smith and i don't know how to work microphones. thank you. the men and women of san francisco police department are absolutely commit today working with our partners to make the walking, cycling and motoring public safer in our city. we commit to it every day, and based on information that mta has provide and had that we have from our collision data, we've launched a program called focus on the five. and for each of district stations we've provided them their five intersections or areas where they have the highest incidents for pedestrians and motorists come in contact. and we are committed to reducing those numbers. * we've got to bring these incidents down. we want the public to be able to enjoy this beautiful city. and, so, what each of the district station captains have been tasked with is developing targeted enforcement and education for their five areas of highest incidents. this means enforcing what we see as the five highest primary collision factors. red light violations, stop sign violations, pedestrian right-of-way violations, turning violations, and basic
: the terrified caller is 43-year-old chris smith. the passenger on the piper single-engine plane that took the plunge. the other person lucky to be alive, the 30-year-old pilot, denise koch, who managed to land the plane in the dark waters when their engine failed, just minutes after taking a sightseeing tour. >> the plane is taking on water. the plane is going down. get out. get out. it's going head-first. >> reporter: you can hear the very moment their bodies slip into the icy water. >> i'm going to lose you. i'm going to lose you. the water's freezing. the water's freezing. >> reporter: and then, silence. >> sir? sir? >> reporter: wearing life vests, passenger and pilot somehow survived almost 30 minutes in the deadly temperatures before rescuers pulled them to safety. >> saw the victims in the water. they definitely appeared to be in a state of hypothermia, going into shock. >> reporter: among them, an off-duty police officer and his 12-year-old son. >> my dad has always told me be brave and never be scared of helping somebody. >> reporter: it's reminiscent of the epic miracle pulled o
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